Sir Salman Rushdie CH FRSL is an Indian-born British-American novelist. His work often historical imagery combines magical realism. and mainly deals with the connection, disruption and migration between the eastern and western civilizations established on the Indian subcontinent.
Born: 19 June 1947
Citizenship: United Kingdom [united states since 2016]
Occupation: writers, professor
Education: King’s college, Cambridge
Subject: historical criticism
- THE SATINIC VARSES
- MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN
- HARUN AND THE SEA STORIES
- THE GOLDEN HOUSE
- THE MOOR’S LAST SIGH
- JOSHEPH ANTON: A MEMONIR
- IMAGINARY HOMELAND
- SHALIMAR THE CLOWN
- EAST, WEST
- THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE
Salman Rushdie’s Biography:
Ahmed Salman Rushdie was born on 19 June 1947 in Mumbai. He is the son of Anish Ahmad Rushdie in an Indian Kashmiri Muslim family during the British Raj. Negeen Bhat is a teacher, who became a lawyer and businessman who was educated from Cabriz. Anis Ahmed was dismissed from the Indian Civil Service. When it came to light that the birth certificate submitted by him had been modified to make him appear younger than his age.
Rushdie was educated in Mumbai and attended the Cathedral and John Connon School for West Bombay Rugby moving from India to England, attending Rugby School in Warwickshire and then King’s College Cambridge from where he graduated. After graduating with an arts degree in history, Rushdie lived with his family in Pakistan for some time.
Salman Rushdie Personal life:
It has been four centuries since Sir Ahmed Rushdie. His first wife, Clarissa Luard, played with him from 1976 to 1987. And they had a son, Zafar, from London jazz singer Natalie Rushdie. He left them for Robin Davidson in the mid-Australian writings in the 1980s. Ahmed’s second wife was novelist Marianne Wiggins. He died in 1988. He got divorced in 1993. From 1997 to 2004, his third wife was Elizabeth. They have a son, he was born in 1997, his name is Milan. He married Padma Lakshmi, an Indian-American actress, model, and American reality-television host of the show Top Chef. Saadi ended in 2007.
Ahmed Rushdie had an operation to correct ptosis. A problem with the levator palpebrae superioris maspeci that causes the upper eyelid to droop. According to Rushdie, it made it difficult for him to open his eyes. Rushdie said that if I had not had my operation, I would not have opened my eyes at all in a few years from now.
Carrier of Salman Rushdie:
As a copyright for Rusedie’s advertising agency Ogilvy & Pea, he did Irresistible for Aero and Notie Boot Nice and Agency Eyre Barker for Cream Cake. For which he had written. Wu would do well for American Express, collaborated with musician Ronnie Bond for the Burnley Building Society and wrote the lyrics for the Vignarity record, which was recorded at Good Earth Studios London. The song was called The Best Dreams. Before that author Bunne wrote a book called Midnight Children.
Rushdie’s first novel, Greamus, is a partial Vignan tale. Which was generally ignored by the public and literary critics. His next novel, Midnight Children, propelled him to literary fame. This short won the 1981 Booker Prize. And from 1993 to 2008, it was awarded Best Booker’s Award for Best Novel in its first 25 and 40 years.
After the novel Fury, set primarily in New York and escaping from the previous Whistle tale Sally, which spanned several periods and locations, Rushdie’s 2005 novel Salimer the Clown Cassir and set in Lone’s Agels was a story about love and betrayal. The story was hailed as a comeback. was prepared by many critics.
In his 2002 nonfiction collection Step Across This Line, he expressed his admiration for Italian author Italo Calvino and American author Thomas Pinchon. Among his early influences were Jorge Lewis Borges Mikhail Bulgakov Lewis Karol Gutter Grass and James Joyce Samiel. Rushdie was a personal friend of Aleja Carter and praised her greatly in the foreword to his collection Burning Your Boats.
2008 saw the publication of The Enchantress of Florence, one of Rousseau’s most challenging works that center on the past. It tells the story of the journey of a European and his enigma to the court of Akbar. That he is a lost relative of the Mughal emperor. A review in The Guardian praised the novel as a fine blend of history with story.
In 2012, Salman Rushdie became one of the first major authors to adopt Booktrack [a company that synchronizes eBooks with customized soundtracks] when he published his short story In the South on stage.
2015 saw the publication of Roussey’s novel Two Years Eight Months and Twenty Eight Nights, a variation on his old favorite technique of magical realism. This novel is made in the structure of a Chinese mystery box with various layers. Based on the central sources of legislation Ibn Rusd, Russi goes on to explore several beliefs.
In 2017 The Golden House, a satire novel set in contemporary America, was published. Inspired by Rusedie’s sixteenth novel Don Quixote in 2019.
Rushdie has mentored young Indian writers. Influenced an entire generation of IndoEnglish writers. And in general, he is an influential writer in open-ended literature. He opposed the introduction of the Racial and Religious Hate Act by the British Government, about which he wrote about his contribution in Free Expression Is No Offence. Which is a collection of essays of several authors published by Peguin in November 2005.